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Review: The Sapphire Library by Rosalie Oaks

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The Sapphire Library by Rosalie Oaks
(Lady Diviner #3)
Historical Fantasy

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Synopsis
Magics, murder, and mermaid tears…

An uncivilised vampiri has stolen the Moria Pearls, and Miss Elinor Avely and her tiny companion, Aldreda, are determined to chase the rascal to London – despite warnings to keep Elinor’s Gift a secret, and the perturbing news that a royal advisor is dead.

As the ladies investigate, they have other problems to occupy them. Elinor is unsure if she will be welcomed back into high society, and worse, Beresford is being a bit too overbearing in his attempts to protect her. Meanwhile Perry seems to have his own romantic troubles, this time with the devastatingly gorgeous Jaq.

Then a vampiri goes missing, and Elinor’s inquisitiveness leads her closer to a killer. This time, it might take all her friends’ ingenuity to save her from death.

Who killed the royal advisor? What is the Sapphire Library? And who would like mermaid tears with their tea?

What I thought
I received a copy of this book from the author, for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

This is the third book in the Lady Diviner series.  I wondered how we were going to continue this story after the ending of the second book it seemed to wrap things up well.  I am happy to say that I am not disappointed by this book at all.  This was such a fun read!  Poor Elinor has to go back to London to retrieve the Moria Pearls that were stolen.  Not only does is she have to deal with the ton she has to watch over her brother.  I think it is going to be very interesting to see where this Perry/Jac situation is going.  

The ending was not surprising who was committing the crimes against the diviners and the Vampiri.  But as a whole, the story was enjoyable and kept my interest.  

My Rating: /5

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